Abandoned Monorail Finds A New Home In Google’s Office [Pics]

Abandoned Monorail Finds A New Home In Google’s Office [Pics]

Google turns joke into reality, installing old Sydney monorail cars in its office, repurposing them as meeting rooms.

Daniela Walker
  • 14 october 2013

The Sydney monorail was decommissioned in June of this year after 25 years of use. The lack of passengers meant the unpopular transportation mode was destined for the junkyard, except for two rail cars that have now been installed in Google’s Syndey office – all thanks to a joke request by a Google employee.

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